X.Org Talks Planned For FOSDEM 2009
Written by Michael Larabel in X.Org on 15 January 2009 at 06:03 PM EST. Add A Comment
It's less than a month away until FOSDEM, the annual Linux European meeting for developers, is held in Brussels, Belgium, but the list of X.Org-related talks is beginning to be finalized.

Among the talks planned so far are about RandR 1.3, the open-source Nouveau driver, multimedia (audio) extensions for the X Server, GPU power management, r600_demo, LLVM + Gallium3D, and shader compiler optimization strategies.

There still is, however, room for a few more talks. Hopefully an Intel employee (say Keith Packard) will talk about the Graphics Execution Manager, kernel mode-setting, or another exciting X topic. We would also hope for another update about Gallium3D by Tungsten Graphics.

The current schedule of X.Org talks during FOSDEM 2009 can be found on the X.Org Wiki. Stay tuned to Phoronix for coverage of FOSDEM.

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